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Old 03-26-2015, 06:06 PM   #11
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Toilet paper??? I thought that was why there's outside showers now on trailers. Boy do I feel stupid now
LOL, too funny!!!
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Old 03-26-2015, 06:10 PM   #12
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The dissolving test only works if your moving. If your parked for a length of time then the paper does not dissolve. I have seen clogged tanks, it's not something you ever want. RV paper will dissolve even when your not agitating the water. So it will depend on how you use your rig.

And NEVER EVER use the flush-able Wipes..they never dissolve.
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Old 03-26-2015, 06:16 PM   #13
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COSTCO's - Kirkland brand - 2 Ply. Soft, works fine - DW did the water jar test and it dissolved faster than the RV TP. She is convinced it is safe to use now that she performed the TP test herself.

If DW is happy, so am I!!!!

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X2 on costco brand I did the jar test just to make sure. Works great
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We use the same stuff camping and at home. Angel Soft all the way. No tp adjustments for my sensitive areas. LOL
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Real men don't use TP!
I just frugally use what's cheap.
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Old 03-26-2015, 09:33 PM   #16
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Charmin Ultra Soft from Costco, at home and in trailer, Research the video on the guy that built the clear black tank to test paper, washouts, chemicals etc. Charmin Ultra soft beat the RV single ply. Angel Soft was good also, but not as good as the Charmin U.S.
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We use the same stuff camping and at home. Angel Soft all the way. No tp adjustments for my sensitive areas. LOL

Yep. Same here. It's septic safe and rv safe.
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I saw the video and did the test at home as well and will be using Charmin ultra soft for the house and trailer
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I have been using the Kirkland brand for over 10 years now.. never a bit of problems with it..
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